JP5790176B2 - Image processing apparatus and image processing program - Google Patents

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JP5790176B2
JP5790176B2 JP2011128498A JP2011128498A JP5790176B2 JP 5790176 B2 JP5790176 B2 JP 5790176B2 JP 2011128498 A JP2011128498 A JP 2011128498A JP 2011128498 A JP2011128498 A JP 2011128498A JP 5790176 B2 JP5790176 B2 JP 5790176B2
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Description

  The present invention relates to an image processing apparatus having a user interface function that allows a user to perform an input operation in an interactive manner, and an image processing program used therefor.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, an image processing apparatus having a user interface function that allows a user to perform an input operation in an interactive manner is known. As such an image processing apparatus, a printing apparatus that executes image editing in accordance with a user input operation is known. Such a printing apparatus may be provided with a so-called preview display function for displaying an image edited by a user before executing printing (see, for example, Patent Document 1). In the printing device disclosed in Patent Document 1, the original image and the print setting information are displayed on the display device. After the display of the original image, when a predetermined number of operations are detected by the operation unit, the original image (print image for display) subjected to the image adjustment processing based on the print setting information is displayed on the display device.

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  However, in the printing apparatus disclosed in Patent Document 1, when it is desired to display a preview of an image after editing or to display an image before editing again, the user needs to perform a predetermined screen switching operation each time. It was. Thereafter, when the user performs further image editing, it is necessary to display a screen corresponding to the editing purpose by performing a predetermined screen switching operation.

  An object of the present invention has been made to solve the above-described problem, and is an image processing apparatus that can suppress an operation burden from the start of image editing to print execution and can appropriately check an image being edited. And an image processing program used therefor.

The image processing apparatus according to the first aspect of the present invention can switch and display a plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation interactively, and detects at least an operation on the interactive screen being displayed. A touch panel, screen group storage means for storing screen group information defining the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel and the display order thereof, and switching timing of the screen when a predetermined condition is satisfied. And each time the switching determination unit determines that the switching timing is reached, the touch panel displays the plurality of screens based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage unit. Display control means for switching to and displaying the plurality of screens defined by the screen group information. Is the interactive screen shown a plurality of setting screen is the interactive screen for setting one of the decorative embodiments, the print image based on the character and the decorative aspects set by the setting screen The display control means, when displaying the setting screen on the touch panel, also displays a key image for input to the setting screen, while the setting screen is displayed When it is determined by the switching determination means that the switching timing is reached, the preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel, and the plurality of setting screens are based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means. And the preview screen is displayed at least once before all of the plurality of setting screens are displayed. It is characterized in.
The image processing apparatus according to the second aspect of the present invention can switch and display a plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation interactively, and detects at least an operation on the interactive screen being displayed. A touch panel, screen group storage means for storing screen group information defining the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel and the display order thereof, and switching timing of the screen when a predetermined condition is satisfied. And each time the switching determination unit determines that the switching timing is reached, the touch panel displays the plurality of screens based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage unit. Display control means for switching to display and angle detection means for detecting the rotation angle from the steady state, defined by the screen group information The plurality of screens to be set are a screen for setting which is the interactive screen for allowing the user to set one of a character and a decoration mode, and for printing based on the character and the decoration mode set on the setting screen. A preview screen that is an interactive screen showing an image, and the switching determination unit determines that the switching timing is reached when a change in the rotation angle detected by the angle detection unit exceeds a predetermined angle. When the setting screen is displayed on the touch panel, the display control means also displays a key image for inputting to the setting screen, and the switching determination means displays the key image during display of the setting screen. When it is determined that it is the switching timing, the preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel, and the switching determination unit If it is determined that it is the switching timing, the screen is switched to either the setting screen or the preview screen as the next screen according to the current rotation angle detected by the angle detection means. Features.

  In the image processing apparatus, when it is determined that the screen switching timing is reached, a plurality of screens including a setting screen and a preview screen are sequentially switched and displayed on the touch panel based on the screen group information. When the setting screen is displayed, an input key image is also displayed on the touch panel. When it is determined that it is the switching timing while the setting screen is displayed, the preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel. Therefore, when the user inputs necessary information on the setting screen, the print image based on the input information can be confirmed on the preview screen displayed next, so that at least one of the character to be printed and its decoration mode is displayed. It can be set accurately and easily.

The image processing program according to the third aspect of the present invention can switch and display a plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation in an interactive manner, and detects at least an operation on the interactive screen being displayed. When a predetermined condition is satisfied in a computer of an image processing apparatus that includes a touch panel and a screen group storage unit that stores the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel and screen group information that defines a display order thereof A switching determination step for determining that it is the switching timing of the screen, and each time it is determined that the switching timing is determined by the switching determination step, based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means. A display control step of switching and displaying the plurality of screens on the touch panel, and the screen group information Thus the plurality of screens to be defined, a plurality of setting screens said a interactive screen for setting one of a character and decorative aspects to the user, the characters and the decoration is set in the setting screen A preview screen that is an interactive screen showing an image for printing based on an aspect, and the display control step displays a key image for input to the setting screen when the setting screen is displayed on the touch panel. When the switching timing is determined by the switching determination step while the setting screen is displayed, the preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel, and stored in the screen group storage means. Based on the screen group information, the plurality of setting screens are sequentially switched and displayed, and the plurality of setting screens are displayed. At least once until displaying all and displaying the preview screen.
The image processing program according to the fourth aspect of the present invention is capable of switching and displaying a plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation interactively, and detects at least an operation on the interactive screen being displayed. An image including a touch panel, screen group storage means for storing the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel and screen group information defining the display order, and angle detection means for detecting a rotation angle from a steady state When the change of the rotation angle detected by the angle detection unit exceeds a predetermined angle, the computer of the processing device determines that it is the switching timing of the screen, and the switching timing by the switching determination step. Is determined based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means. A display control step of switching and displaying a number of screens on the touch panel, and the plurality of screens defined by the screen group information is the interactive format for allowing a user to set either a character or a decoration mode A setting screen that is a screen; and a preview screen that is the interactive screen showing a print image based on the character and the decoration mode set on the setting screen, and the display control step is performed on the touch panel. When displaying the setting screen, when displaying a key image for inputting to the setting screen together, and when the switching timing is determined by the switching determination step during the display of the setting screen, The preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel, and the switching type is determined by the switching determination step. If it is determined that the screen is a screen, the screen is switched to either the setting screen or the preview screen as the next screen in accordance with the current rotation angle detected by the angle detection means. To do.

  In the image processing program, when it is determined that the screen switching timing is reached, a plurality of screens including a setting screen and a preview screen are sequentially switched and displayed on the touch panel based on the screen group information. When the setting screen is displayed, an input key image is also displayed on the touch panel. When it is determined that it is the switching timing while the setting screen is displayed, the preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel. Therefore, when the user inputs necessary information on the setting screen, the print image based on the input information can be confirmed on the preview screen displayed next, so that at least one of the character to be printed and its decoration mode is displayed. It can be set accurately and easily.

1 is a schematic configuration diagram of a printing system 1. FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing an electrical configuration of a printing system 1. FIG. It is an example of the screen group which the application for printing provides. It is a continuation of the screen group shown in FIG. It is a continuation of the screen group shown in FIG. It is a flowchart of a printing target setting process. It is a flowchart of a file selection screen process. It is a flowchart of a screen switching process. It is a flowchart of a character input screen process. It is a flowchart of a frame selection screen process. It is a flowchart of an image selection screen process. It is a flowchart of a label length setting screen process. It is a flowchart of a preview screen process. It is an example of the screen group which the application for printing concerning a modification provides.

  Hereinafter, an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. These drawings are used to explain technical features that can be adopted by the present invention. The configuration of the apparatus, the flowcharts of various processes, and the like that are described are not intended to be limited to only that, but are merely illustrative examples.

  An overview of the printing system 1 will be described with reference to FIG. The printing system 1 includes a printing apparatus 10 and a mobile terminal 20 that are connected by wire or wireless. In the present embodiment, the printing apparatus 10 and the mobile terminal 20 are connected by the cable 2. The printing apparatus 10 is a label printer for printing characters (characters, symbols, figures, etc.) on a tape that is a long print medium. The portable terminal 20 is a small computer terminal (for example, a smartphone) used by the user to set a character to be printed and its decoration mode.

  In the mobile terminal 20, when the user sets a character and a decoration mode, print target data indicating the setting content is generated. Print target data generated by the portable terminal 20 is transmitted to the printing apparatus 10 via the cable 2. In the printing apparatus 10, the printing process on the tape is performed based on the print target data received from the mobile terminal 20. Therefore, the user can print on the tape by the printing apparatus 10 by operating the mobile terminal 20.

  The electrical configuration of the printing system 1 will be described with reference to FIG. The printing apparatus 10 includes a CPU 11 that controls the entire control of the printing apparatus 10. The CPU 11 is electrically connected to the SRAM 12, FLASH ROM 13, EEPROM 14, roller 15, head 16, operation key 17, display 18, and external device interface (external device I / F) 19.

  The SRAM 12 stores a timer, a counter, and temporary data. The FLASH ROM 13 stores a control program for the CPU 11, BIOS, OS, and the like. The EEPROM 14 stores parameters and initial setting information. The roller 15 conveys a tape stored in a tape cassette (not shown) mounted on the printing apparatus 10. The head 16 performs printing on the tape conveyed by the roller 15. The external device I / F 19 is a controller for communicating with the mobile terminal 20 via the cable 2.

  The portable terminal 20 is electrically connected to the CPU 21, ROM 22, RAM 23, HDD 24, external device I / F 25, communication unit 26, acceleration sensor 27, and touch panel 30. The ROM 22 stores a boot program, BIOS, and the like. The RAM 23 stores a timer, a counter, and temporary data. The HDD 24 stores various application programs and OS. An application program (hereinafter referred to as a printing application) for executing a printing target setting process (see FIG. 6) described later and screen group information described later used by the printing application are also stored in the HDD 24.

  The external device I / F 25 is a controller for communicating with the printing apparatus 10 via the cable 2. The communication unit 26 is a controller for communicating with other electronic devices via a public line network (not shown). The acceleration sensor 27 detects the acceleration of the mobile terminal 20 to identify the rotation angle of the mobile terminal 20 from the steady state (that is, the inclination of the mobile terminal 20).

  The mobile terminal 20 includes a main body 29 (see FIG. 1) that is rectangular when viewed from the front. On the front side of the main body 29, a touch panel 30 which is a display body capable of detecting contact with an external object is provided. The touch panel 30 has a rectangular display area corresponding to the shape of the main body 29. In the touch panel 30, a substantially transparent pressure sensitive sheet 32 that detects contact of an external object is laminated on a display panel 31 that displays an image. The CPU 21 can determine the user's input operation based on the contact position of the external object specified by the pressure sensitive sheet 32.

  With reference to FIGS. 3 to 5, an example of the operation mode and screen transition of the mobile terminal 20 will be described. The portable terminal 20 has a user interface function that allows the user to perform an input operation in an interactive manner. When the printing application is activated by the user, an initial screen G1 is displayed on the touch panel 30. The initial screen G1 is a screen that allows the user to select whether to newly create or update print target data.

  When update of print target data (an icon “Open File” described later) is selected on the initial screen G1, a file selection screen G2 is displayed on the touch panel 30. The file selection screen G2 is a screen that allows the user to select existing print target data. When new creation of print target data (icon “New File” to be described later) is selected on the initial screen G1, or when print target data is selected on the file selection screen G2, an interactive screen on which the user performs an input operation interactively is displayed. A plurality of screens to be included are switched and displayed on the touch panel 30 based on the screen group information stored in the HDD 24.

  The screen group information defines a specific interactive screen (hereinafter referred to as a display target screen) displayed on the touch panel 30 and a display order thereof when the printing application is executed. The display target screen includes a setting screen for allowing the user to set a character and its decoration mode, and a preview screen showing a print image based on the contents set on the setting screen.

  The setting screen of this embodiment includes a character input screen G3, a frame selection screen G4, an image selection screen G5, and a label length setting screen G6. The character input screen G3 is a screen for allowing the user to set a character to be printed. The frame selection screen G4, the image selection screen G5, and the label length setting screen G6 are screens for allowing the user to set the character's decoration mode. “Decoration image” and “label length” of the tape on which the character is printed can be set.

  Further, a preview screen PV1 exemplifying a state in which a printing image is printed on a long medium (tape) corresponding to the character input screen G3, the frame selection screen G4, the image selection screen G5, and the label length setting screen G6. ~ PV4 is provided. Specifically, the preview screen PV1 displays a print image based on the character set on the character input screen G3. The preview screen PV2 displays an image for printing based on the decorative frame set on the frame selection screen G4. The preview screen PV3 displays a print image based on the decoration image set on the image selection screen G5. The preview screen PV4 displays a print image based on the label length set on the label length setting screen G6.

  However, the preview screens PV <b> 1 to PV <b> 4 of the present embodiment show printing images reflecting all the contents set before displaying each preview screen. For example, the preview screen PV4 illustrated in FIG. 5 includes a character set on the character input screen G3, a decorative frame set on the frame selection screen G4, a decorative image set on the image selection screen G5, and a label length. A print image represented by the label length set on the setting screen G6 is displayed.

  After all the display target screens indicated by the screen group information are displayed, the final screen G7 is displayed on the touch panel 30. The final screen G7 is a screen that allows the user to select whether to print or save the print target data.

  Note that the screen group information stored in the HDD 24 is changed according to the display target screen specified by the user and the display order thereof. That is, the user can freely set the display target screen displayed when the printing application is activated and the display order thereof. In the initial state where the screen group information has not been changed, the default screen group information is stored in the HDD 24. In the default screen group information, “G3 → PV1 → G4 → PV2 → G5 → PV3 → G6 → PV4” is defined as a display target screen and its display order. Therefore, when the printing application is started in a state where the default screen group information is stored in the HDD 24, a plurality of screens are sequentially switched and displayed as illustrated in FIGS.

  With reference to FIGS. 6 to 13, a print target setting process executed by the mobile terminal 20 will be described. The print target setting process (FIG. 6) is executed by the CPU 21 when a printing application is activated on the mobile terminal 20.

  As shown in FIG. 6, in the print target setting process, first, an initial screen G1 is displayed on the touch panel 30 (S1). The initial screen G1 includes a key image (instruction “New File” shown in FIG. 3) for instructing new creation of print target data, and a key image (in FIG. 3) for instructing update of existing print target data. Icon "Open File"). When the icon “Open File” is selected on the initial screen G1, it is determined that the existing print target data is updated (S3: NO), and the following file selection screen processing is executed (S5).

  As shown in FIG. 7, in the file selection screen process, the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the initial screen G1 to the file selection screen G2 (S51). The file selection screen G2 includes an input area for designating existing print target data, and the user can freely designate any of the print target data displayed in a list in the input area. The print target data displayed in a list in the input area can be switched by pressing a key image (icon “Next Page...” Shown in FIG. 3) included in the file selection screen G2. When print target data is designated on the file selection screen G2 (S53: YES), the designated print target data is read to the RAM 23 (S55). After execution of step S55, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6). If print target data is not designated (S53: NO), the process returns to step S53, and a user input operation is awaited.

  Returning to FIG. When the icon “New File” is selected on the initial screen G1, it is determined that the print target data is newly created (S3: YES), and the new print target data set in the RAM 23 is used as a target after step S7. Processing is executed. On the other hand, after the execution of step S5, the processes after step S7 are executed on the existing print target data read to the RAM 23. In step S7, the screen group information stored in the HDD 24 is read out to the RAM 23 (S7). At this time, the first page indicated by the screen group information is set in the RAM 23 as a switching destination screen (a screen displayed by switching to the currently displayed screen).

  After execution of step S7, the switching destination screen set in the RAM 23 is read (S9), and it is determined whether or not the switching destination screen is set (S11). When the switching destination screen is set (S11: YES), the following screen switching process is executed (S13).

  As shown in FIG. 8, in the screen switching process, it is first determined whether or not the switching destination screen read in step S9 is the character input screen G3 (S71). When the switching destination screen is the character input screen G3 (S71: YES), a character input screen process described later is executed (S73). When the switching destination screen is not the character input screen G3 (S71: NO), it is determined whether or not the switching destination screen is the frame selection screen G4 (S75). When the switching destination screen is the frame selection screen G4 (S75: YES), a frame selection screen process described later is executed (S77). If the switching destination screen is not the frame selection screen G4 (S75: NO), it is determined whether or not the switching destination screen is the image selection screen G5 (S79). When the switching destination screen is the image selection screen G5 (S79: YES), an image selection screen process described later is executed (S81).

When the switching destination screen is not the image selection screen G5 (S79: NO), it is determined whether or not the switching destination screen is the label length setting screen G6 (S83). When the switching destination screen is the label length setting screen G6 (S83: YES), a label length setting screen process described later is executed (S85). When the switching destination screen is not the label length setting screen G6 (S83: NO ), since the switching destination screen is one of the preview screens PV1 to PV4, the below-described preview screen processing is executed (S87). After execution of any of steps S73, S77, S81, S8 5 and S87, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6).

  As shown in FIG. 9, in the character input screen process, the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched to the character input screen G3 (S101). The character input screen G3 includes a key image (an image imitating the keyboard shown in FIG. 3) showing operation keys for inputting a character, a display area of the input character, and the like. When an operation for instructing to proceed to the next is performed on the character input screen G3 (for example, pressing of the enter key displayed on the screen or page turning operation for sliding the finger leftward on the screen) (S103: YES), the character input on the character input screen G3 is stored in the RAM 23 (S105).

  Thereafter, on the basis of the screen group information stored in the HDD 24, the screen whose display order is one after the character input screen G3 (that is, the next page) is set as a switching destination screen in the RAM 23 (S107). However, if the display order of the character input screen G3 indicated by the screen group information is at the end, the switching destination screen is updated to not set.

  On the other hand, an operation for instructing to return to the previous screen is performed on the character input screen G3 (for example, pressing of the icon “Cancel” displayed on the screen or a page returning operation of sliding the finger to the right on the screen). (S103: NO, S109: YES), the screen whose display order is one before the character input screen G3 (that is, the previous page) is set in the RAM 23 as the switching destination screen (S111).

  If there is no operation for causing page switching (S103: NO, S109: NO), the process returns to step S103, and a user input operation is awaited. After execution of step S107 or S111, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6). In the next screen switching process (FIG. 8), the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the character input screen G3 to the switching destination screen set in step S107 or S111. However, when the switching destination screen is updated to an unset in step S107, the screen is switched to a final screen G7 described later (S11: NO, S15).

  As shown in FIG. 10, in the frame selection screen process, the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched to the frame selection screen G4 (S121). The frame selection screen G4 includes a plurality of decorative frames displayed in a list and includes an operation area in which the user can freely select one of the decorative frames (see FIG. 4). When an operation for instructing to proceed to the next is performed on the frame selection screen G4 (for example, a selection operation of a frame displayed on the screen or a page feed operation of sliding a finger leftward on the screen) (S123: YES), the decorative frame selected on the frame selection screen G4 is stored in the RAM 23 (S125).

  Thereafter, based on the screen group information stored in the HDD 24, the next page of the frame selection screen G4 is set as a switching destination screen in the RAM 23 (S127). However, if the display order of the frame selection screen G4 indicated by the screen group information is at the end, the switching destination screen is updated to not set. On the other hand, an operation for instructing to return to the front on the frame selection screen G4 (for example, pressing of the icon “Cancel” displayed on the screen or a page returning operation for sliding the finger to the right on the screen) is performed. (S123: NO, S129: YES), the previous page of the frame selection screen G4 is set as a switching destination screen in the RAM 23 (S131).

  If there is no operation that causes page switching (S123: NO, S129: NO), the process returns to step S123, and a user input operation is awaited. After execution of step S127 or S131, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6). In the next screen switching process (FIG. 8), the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the frame selection screen G4 to the switching destination screen set in step S127 or S131. However, when the switching destination screen is updated to not set in step S127, the screen is switched to a final screen G7 described later (S11: NO, S15).

  As shown in FIG. 11, in the image selection screen process, the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched to the image selection screen G5 (S141). The image selection screen G5 includes an operation area in which a plurality of decorative images are displayed in a list and the user can freely select any decorative image (see FIG. 4). When an operation for instructing to proceed to the next on the image selection screen G5 (for example, an operation for selecting an image displayed on the screen or a page turning operation for sliding a finger leftward on the screen) is performed (S143: YES), the decoration image selected on the image selection screen G5 is stored in the RAM 23 (S145).

  Thereafter, based on the screen group information stored in the HDD 24, the next page of the image selection screen G5 is set in the RAM 23 as a switching destination screen (S147). However, if the display order of the image selection screen G5 indicated by the screen group information is at the end, the switching destination screen is updated to not set. On the other hand, an operation for instructing to return to the previous screen is performed on the image selection screen G5 (for example, pressing of the icon “Cancel” displayed on the screen or a page returning operation of sliding the finger to the right on the screen). (S143: NO, S149: YES), the previous page of the image selection screen G5 is set as a switching destination screen in the RAM 23 (S151).

  If there is no operation for causing page switching (S143: NO, S149: NO), the process returns to step S143, and the user's input operation is awaited. After execution of step S147 or S151, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6). In the next screen switching process (FIG. 8), the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the image selection screen G5 to the switching destination screen set in step S147 or S151. However, when the switching destination screen is updated to unset in step S147, the screen is switched to a final screen G7 described later (S11: NO, S15).

  As shown in FIG. 12, in the label length setting screen process, the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched to the label length setting screen G6 (S161). The label length setting screen G6 includes an operation area in which the user can freely set the label length (see FIG. 5). When an operation for instructing to proceed to the next is performed on the label length setting screen G6 (for example, pressing of the enter key displayed on the screen or page turning operation for sliding the finger leftward on the screen) (S163). : YES), the label length set on the label length setting screen G6 is stored in the RAM 23 (S165).

  Thereafter, based on the screen group information stored in the HDD 24, the next page of the label length setting screen G6 is set in the RAM 23 as a switching destination screen (S167). However, if the display order of the label length setting screen G6 indicated by the screen group information is the end, the switching destination screen is updated to not set. On the other hand, an operation for instructing to return to the previous screen on the label length setting screen G6 (for example, pressing of the icon “Cancel” displayed on the screen or a page returning operation of sliding the finger to the right on the screen) is performed. When this occurs (S163: NO, S169: YES), the previous page of the label length setting screen G6 is set in the RAM 23 as a switching destination screen (S171).

  If there is no operation for causing page switching (S163: NO, S169: NO), the process returns to step S163, and the user's input operation is awaited. After execution of step S167 or S171, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6). In the next screen switching process (FIG. 8), the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the label length setting screen G6 to the switching destination screen set in step S167 or S171. However, if the switching destination screen is updated to unset in step S167, the screen is switched to a final screen G7 described later (S11: NO, S15).

  As shown in FIG. 13, in the preview screen processing, first, based on the contents already set on the setting screen displayed up to the present time (that is, the character and decoration mode stored in the RAM 23), the print image is displayed. It is generated (S181). The display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched to a preview screen including the print image generated in step S181 (S183). Thereby, for example, according to the preview screens PV1 to PV4 to be displayed, a print image representing the set character in the set decoration mode is generated and displayed (see FIGS. 3 to 5).

  When an operation for instructing to proceed to the next on the preview screen being displayed (for example, pressing of the enter key displayed on the screen or a page turning operation for sliding the finger to the left on the screen) is performed (S185). : YES), based on the screen group information stored in the HDD 24, the next page of the currently displayed preview screen is set as the switching destination screen in the RAM 23 (S187). However, if the display order of the preview screen being displayed indicated by the screen group information is the end, the switching destination screen is updated to the unset.

  On the other hand, an operation for instructing to return to the previous screen on the currently displayed preview screen (for example, pressing of the icon “Cancel” displayed on the screen or a page returning operation for sliding the finger to the right on the screen) is performed. If so (S185: NO, S189: YES), the previous page of the currently displayed preview screen is set in the RAM 23 as a switching destination screen (S191).

  If there is no operation for causing page switching (S185: NO, S189: NO), the process returns to step S185, and a user input operation is awaited. After execution of step S187 or S191, the process returns to the print target setting process (FIG. 6). In the next screen switching process (FIG. 8), the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the preview screen being displayed to the switching destination screen set in step S187 or S191. However, when the switching destination screen is updated to the unset in step S187, the screen is switched to a final screen G7 described later (S11: NO, S15).

  Returning to FIG. After execution of step S13, the process returns to step S9 and the latest switching destination image is read from the RAM 23. If the switching destination screen has been set (S11: YES), the screen switching process described above is executed (S13), and the next page or the previous page set as the switching destination screen is switched and displayed. On the other hand, when the switching destination screen is not set (S11: NO), the final screen G7 is displayed on the touch panel 30 (S15). The final screen G7 is a key image (icon “Print” shown in FIG. 5) for instructing the printing execution of the print target data (that is, the character stored in the RAM 23 and its decoration mode), and the storage of the print target data. And a key image (icon “Save File” shown in FIG. 5).

  When the icon “Print” is selected on the final screen G7, it is determined that the print target data is to be printed (S17: YES), and the print command generated based on the print target data is printed via the cable 2. It is transmitted to the device 10 (S19). In this embodiment, the printing application has a known printer driver function, and the print command is generated by the printing application. Further, when the icon “Save File” is selected on the final screen G7, it is determined that the print target data is stored (S17: NO, S21: YES), and the print target data is stored in the HDD 24 (new registration or overwrite update). (S23).

  On the other hand, when an operation for instructing to return to the previous screen G7 is performed (for example, pressing of the icon “Cancel” displayed on the screen or a page returning operation for sliding the finger to the right on the screen). (S21: NO, S25: YES), the previous page of the final screen G7 is set as the switching destination screen in the RAM 23 (S27), and the process returns to step S9. Thereby, in the next screen switching process (FIG. 8), the display screen of the touch panel 30 is switched from the final screen G7 to the switching destination screen set in step S27. If there is no operation for causing page switching (S25: NO), the process returns to step S17, and a user input operation is awaited. After execution of step S19 or S23, the print target setting process (FIG. 6) ends.

  With the above configuration and processing, in the mobile terminal 20 of the present embodiment, when it is determined that the screen switching timing is reached, a plurality of screens including a setting screen and a preview screen are displayed on the touch panel 30 based on the screen group information. It is displayed by switching sequentially. When the setting screen is displayed, an input key image is also displayed on the touch panel 30. When it is determined that it is the switching timing while the setting screen is displayed, the preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel 30. That is, when the user inputs necessary information on the setting screen, a print image based on the input information can be confirmed on the preview screen displayed next.

  For example, when the printing application is activated in a state where the default screen group information is stored in the HDD 24, a plurality of screens G1 to G7 are sequentially switched and displayed as illustrated in FIGS. The user inputs the various information necessary for each screen G1 to G7 in sequence, and by referring to the preview screens PV1 to PV4 displayed as appropriate in the process, the character to be printed and its decoration form can be accurately and easily determined. Can be set.

  The user can freely set the character and its decoration mode (decoration frame, decoration image, label length, etc.) on the setting screen (character input screen G3, frame selection screen G4, image selection screen G5, label length setting screen G6, etc.). Can be set. Moreover, on these setting screens, a key image for the user to set various information is provided on the touch panel 30. Therefore, even on a portable terminal that does not have physical operation keys, the user can set the character to be printed and its decoration mode accurately and easily.

  By the way, in a small computer terminal such as the portable terminal 20, the displayable area of the touch panel 30 is small. When a key image for information input is displayed on the touch panel 30, an area for displaying various information on the touch panel 30 is further narrowed. As a result, on a computer terminal (for example, a smartphone) that can display a conventional key image, a character set by the user and its decoration mode and a preview screen based on the set content are simultaneously displayed in a size that can be recognized by the user. It is difficult to do.

  Therefore, for example, in a conventional smartphone, when characters and their decoration modes are sequentially input on a plurality of screens in an interactive manner, the user inputs information on one setting screen and then switches to the preview screen to display a desired print result. Check if it can be obtained. If there is no problem in the print result displayed on the preview screen, it is necessary to return to the original setting screen from the preview screen, and to switch to another setting screen to restart information input.

  In that respect, in the mobile terminal 20 of the present embodiment, the screen display is performed according to the procedure determined by the screen group information, and the user can sequentially input necessary information in an interactive manner, and next to the setting screen. A preview screen is automatically displayed as appropriate. More specifically, based on the screen group information stored in the HDD 24, a plurality of setting screens are sequentially switched and displayed, and at least one preview is performed before all of the plurality of setting screens are displayed. A screen is displayed.

  Therefore, when the user sets the character and its decoration mode, if there is no problem with the preview screen displayed next to the one setting screen, the user proceeds to another setting screen without returning to the one setting screen. It is not necessary to perform an operation of switching between the setting screen and the preview screen many times. Therefore, even with a small computer terminal, the user can accurately and easily set the character to be printed and its decoration mode.

  In this embodiment, when the user designates a display target screen and its display order, the CPU 21 changes the screen group information stored in the HDD 24 according to the designated content. For example, the display target screen and its display order are specified so that the user does not set the decorative frame and the decorative image (in other words, sets only the label length) and sets the label length before the character. And In this case, the screen group information stored in the HDD 24 is changed to “G6 → PV4 → G3 → PV1”. Thereby, the freedom degree and efficiency at the time of a user setting a character and its decoration aspect can be improved.

  When the user designates a setting screen to be displayed on the preview screen, the CPU 21 changes the screen group information stored in the HDD 24 so that the preview screen is displayed next to the designated setting screen. For example, assume that the user designates only the label length setting screen G6 as the display target of the preview screen. In this case, the screen group information stored in the HDD 24 is changed to “G3 → G4 → G5 → G6 → PV4”. Thereby, the freedom degree and efficiency at the time of a user setting a character and its decoration aspect can be improved.

  In the above embodiment, the mobile terminal 20 and the printing application correspond to the “image processing apparatus” and “image processing program” of the present invention. The HDD 24 corresponds to the “screen group storage unit” of the present invention. The CPU 21 that executes steps S103, S109, S123, S129, S143, S149, S163, S169, S185, and S189 corresponds to the “switching determination unit” of the present invention. The CPU 21 that executes steps S9 to S13 corresponds to the “display control means” of the present invention. The CPU 21 that executes step S19 corresponds to the “command transmission unit” of the present invention. Steps S103, S109, S123, S129, S143, S149, S163, S169, S185, and S189 correspond to the “switch determination step” of the present invention. Steps S9 to S13 correspond to the “display control step” of the present invention.

  The present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, and various modifications can be made. In the above embodiment, the display screen is switched according to a user operation on the touch panel 30, but the display screen of the touch panel 30 may be switched when other conditions are satisfied.

  For example, in the screen switching process in step S13 (see FIG. 8), after the display screen is switched on the touch panel 30, the latest operation (that is, the last user operation on the display screen) is detected by the touch panel 30. When the elapsed time exceeds a predetermined time (for example, 10 seconds), the display screen may be switched.

  More specifically, in steps S <b> 103, S <b> 123, S <b> 143, S <b> 163, and S <b> 185, it may be determined that the process proceeds to the next when a predetermined time has elapsed since the last user operation on the display screen on the touch panel 30. As a result, when a predetermined time has elapsed since the last user operation on the display screen, it is assumed that the information setting for the display screen has been completed, and the screen is advanced to further set the character and its decoration mode. It can be done quickly.

  In the screen switching process (see FIG. 8) in step S13, the display screen may be switched when the change in the rotation angle detected by the acceleration sensor 27 exceeds a predetermined angle (for example, 90 degrees). More specifically, in steps S103, S123, S143, S163, and S185, if 90 degree clockwise rotation is detected by the acceleration sensor 27, it may be determined to proceed next.

  As a result, as illustrated in FIG. 14, after the user completes the information setting on the display screen, the screen can be advanced only by rotating the mobile terminal 20 to the right. It can be done quickly. Conversely, in steps S109, S129, S149, S169, and S189, it may be determined to return to the previous position when a 90-degree left rotation is detected by the acceleration sensor 27. Thereby, the user can return the screen only by rotating the mobile terminal 20 counterclockwise.

  In this modification, as shown in FIG. 14, the preview screen is displayed on the touch panel 30 in such a manner that the longitudinal direction and the short direction of the rectangular display area of the touch panel 30 match the longitudinal direction and the short direction of the printing image, respectively. Is preferably displayed. Specifically, when the touch panel 30 is in a vertically rotated state, it is preferable that a portrait setting screen (a character input screen G3 and a frame selection screen G4 in FIG. 14) is displayed. On the other hand, when the touch panel 30 is in a horizontally rotated state, it is preferable to display a horizontally long preview screen (preview screens PV1 and PV2 in FIG. 14). Thereby, the operativity of the portable terminal 20 and the visibility of a display screen can be improved by displaying an optimal screen according to the direction of the touch panel 30. In this modification, the acceleration sensor 27 corresponds to the “angle detection means” of the present invention.

  In the printing system 1 illustrated in the above embodiment, the printing apparatus 10 and the portable terminal 20 are wired with the cable 2, but the printing apparatus 10 and the portable terminal 20 may be connected wirelessly. Further, it goes without saying that the print target setting process (FIG. 6) can be executed alone even when the mobile terminal 20 is not connected to the printing apparatus 10 (except for step S19). .

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Printing system 10 Printing apparatus 20 Portable terminal 21 CPU
24 HDD
27 Acceleration sensor 30 Touch panel

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  1. A touch panel that can switch and display a plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation interactively, and detects an operation on at least the displayed interactive screen;
    Screen group storage means for storing the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel and screen group information defining the display order;
    Switching determination means for determining that it is the switching timing of the screen when a predetermined condition is satisfied;
    Display control means for switching and displaying the plurality of screens on the touch panel based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means each time the switching judgment means determines that the switching timing is reached. And
    The plurality of screens defined by the screen group information includes a plurality of setting screens that are the interactive screens for allowing a user to set either a character or a decoration mode, and the setting screens A preview screen that is the interactive screen showing a character and an image for printing based on the decoration mode,
    The display control means includes
    When the setting screen is displayed on the touch panel, a key image for inputting to the setting screen is also displayed, and the switching determination unit determines that the switching timing is reached while the setting screen is displayed. The preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel ,
    Based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means, the plurality of setting screens are sequentially switched and displayed, and at least once before the plurality of setting screens are displayed. Display the preview screen
    An image processing apparatus.
  2. The image processing apparatus according to claim 1 , wherein the screen group information stored in the screen group storage unit is changed according to the plurality of screens designated by a user and a display order thereof.
  3. In the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means, when the user designates the setting screen to be displayed on the preview screen, the preview screen is displayed next to the designated setting screen. the image processing apparatus according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that it is changed to so that.
  4. The switching determination unit, after the screen is switched and displayed by said display control means, when the elapsed time from the latest operation is detected exceeds a predetermined time by the touch panel, in front Symbol SWITCHING timing the image processing apparatus according to claim 1, characterized in that it is determined that there are three.
  5. A touch panel that can switch and display a plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation interactively, and detects an operation on at least the displayed interactive screen;
    Screen group storage means for storing the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel and screen group information defining the display order;
    Switching determination means for determining that it is the switching timing of the screen when a predetermined condition is satisfied;
    Display control means for switching and displaying the plurality of screens on the touch panel based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means each time the switching judgment means determines that the switching timing is reached. When,
    Comprises an angle detecting means for detecting a rotational angle of the steady state,
    The plurality of screens defined by the screen group information include a setting screen that is the interactive screen for allowing a user to set either a character or a decoration mode, the character set on the setting screen, and A preview screen that is the interactive screen showing a print image based on the decoration mode,
    The switching determination unit, when change in the rotational angle detected by said angle detecting means exceeds a predetermined angle, it is determined that the previous SL SWITCHING timing,
    The display control means includes
    When the setting screen is displayed on the touch panel, a key image for inputting to the setting screen is also displayed, and the switching determination unit determines that the switching timing is reached while the setting screen is displayed. The preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel,
    When the switching timing is determined by the switching determination unit, the screen is switched to the setting screen or the preview screen as the next screen according to the current rotation angle detected by the angle detection unit. Display
    Images processor you wherein a.
  6. The touch panel has a rectangular display area,
    The preview screen exemplifies the printing image printed on a long medium,
    The display control means displays the preview screen on the touch panel in such a manner that a longitudinal direction and a short direction of the rectangular display region coincide with a longitudinal direction and a short direction of the printing image, respectively. The image processing apparatus according to claim 5 .
  7. The image processing apparatus is a portable terminal connected to a printing apparatus,
    When the print instruction screen, which is the interactive screen for instructing the user to execute printing to the printing apparatus, is displayed on the touch panel and the print execution is instructed from the print instruction screen, the printing image is printed. the image processing apparatus according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises a command transmitting means for transmitting a command to the printing device to 6.
  8. A plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation in an interactive mode can be switched and displayed. The touch panel detects at least an operation on the displayed interactive screen, and the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel In a computer of an image processing apparatus provided with screen group storage means for storing screen group information defining a screen and its display order,
    A switching determination step for determining that it is the switching timing of the screen when a predetermined condition is satisfied;
    A display control step of switching and displaying the plurality of screens on the touch panel based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage unit each time the switching determination step determines that it is the switching timing. And execute
    The plurality of screens defined by the screen group information includes a plurality of setting screens that are the interactive screens for allowing a user to set either a character or a decoration mode, and the setting screens A preview screen that is the interactive screen showing a character and an image for printing based on the decoration mode,
    The display control step includes:
    When displaying the setting screen before Symbol touch panel, wherein together key images for inputting and displaying the setting screen, determined that the switching timing by the switching decision step during the display of the setting screen The preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel ,
    Based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage means, the plurality of setting screens are sequentially switched and displayed, and at least once before the plurality of setting screens are displayed. Display the preview screen
    An image processing program characterized by that.
  9.   A plurality of screens including an interactive screen on which a user performs an input operation in an interactive mode can be switched and displayed. The touch panel detects at least an operation on the displayed interactive screen, and the plurality of screens sequentially displayed on the touch panel In a computer of an image processing apparatus comprising a screen group storage means for storing screen group information defining a screen and its display order, and an angle detection means for detecting a rotation angle from a steady state,
      A switching determination step of determining that it is the switching timing of the screen when the change in the rotation angle detected by the angle detection means exceeds a predetermined angle;
      A display control step of switching and displaying the plurality of screens on the touch panel based on the screen group information stored in the screen group storage unit each time the switching determination step determines that it is the switching timing. And execute
      The plurality of screens defined by the screen group information include a setting screen that is the interactive screen for allowing a user to set either a character or a decoration mode, the character set on the setting screen, and A preview screen that is the interactive screen showing a print image based on the decoration mode,
      The display control step includes:
      When the setting screen is displayed on the touch panel, a key image for inputting to the setting screen is also displayed, and the switching timing is determined to be the switching timing during the display of the setting screen. The preview screen is switched and displayed on the touch panel,
      When it is determined by the switching determination step that the switching timing is reached, the screen is switched to either the setting screen or the preview screen as the next screen according to the current rotation angle detected by the angle detection means. Display
      An image processing program characterized by that.
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